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Bridezilla Tells Bridesmaid To Drop Two Dress Sizes Ahead Of Wedding

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A bridezilla woman caused outrage recently when she told one of her bridesmaids to drop two dresses ahead of her wedding.

Reddit user @junebugg85 shared screenshots of the shocking request online.

It read: “Welcome to my bridal party, I’m so excited to marry the man of my dreams.

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“As you know this is going to be a very different wedding. We are hoping to do it outside and understand December is generally a cold month but in Oklahoma it’s usually sunny and 70.

“Just a few things to ask. I hand-picked all the dresses [for] bridesmaid that will be there and they will all be a size 8. So if you’re not a size 8 I recommend hitting the gym.

“No offence to anyone but I have had this planned since I was in diapers and want it perfect.”

The bride-to-be then goes on to make very specific demands about nails and hair.

She says: “Your nails need to be cut short and uncoloured. Hair needs to be shoulder length and straighten so if your hair is short get extensions.”

She then apologises but insists it’s only because she wants it to be like she ‘always pictured’.

“I’m sorry if this seems like a lot of demands but this [is a] special day and just want it like I always pictured. Plz be respectful and we will have an awesome time (sic).”

To add insult to injury, she signs off: “One last thing I’ll be sending my Venmo and cash app to the ones who haven’t paid the $500 donation towards a honeymoon in Hawaii.

“Love you guys can’t wait to be a wifey.”

Redditers are now offering the woman some advice on how to handle the situation.

One person said: “I’d tell them I got a better offer. The Johnson’s wedding is the same day and they’re only asking for $200, and they’re having bbq!”

Another suggested she writes her a letter.

They penned: “Dear Psycho, it would have been great to attend your wedding as we’ve supposedly been friends and all, but I can’t feed into your ego or narcissism.

“Real friends aren’t hung up on the appearance of others, much less that of their friends, and I’d rather give my hard-earned $500 to an appreciative hobo than to a drama queen who demands it as part of her psychosis and self-important worldview.”

“Best wishes to your poor Husband.”

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